You want to remove elements from the DOM.
The remove() method can be used to remove a selected set of elements and their children elements from the DOM. Examine the following code:
When using the jQueryremove() method, you need to keep two things in mind:
While the elements selected are removed from the DOM using remove(), they have not been removed from the jQuery wrapper set. That means in theory you could continue operating on them and even add them back into the DOM if desired.
This method will not only remove the elements from the DOM, but it will also remove all event handlers and internally cached data that the elements removed might have contained.
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